2004 - 2005 Exhibition Calendar
Aug. 21, 2004 through Jul. 8, 2005


Image: String Casket

Window to Sculpture Artist 1:
So Yeon Park
Aug. 21 - Sept. 17, 2004


So Yeon Park creates cathartic structures of wood, paper flowers, incense and cotton string for her casket series representing the grieving and healing process. On opening night the artist will perform a symbolic ritual procession.

 


Image: Beast Machine Series (detail)

 

Window to Sculpture Artist 2:
Kirk Coffey
Oct. 1 - Oct. 29, 2004


Kirk Coffey explores anthropological and cultural influences and dilemmas. Elaborate “machines” made of unusual artifacts emphasize that complexity does not necessarily create a function.

 


Image: Inside Outside

 

Window to Sculpture Artist 3:
Paul Kochanowski
Nov. 5 - Dec. 3, 2004


Paul Kochanowski uses industrial process and aluminum, bronze, and polyester resin to create discarded or over-looked objects in lasting form without altering the original purpose of the object.

 

 

Private Collections
Dec. 17 - Jan. 21, 2005

A rare opportunity to view an exciting display of impressive sculpture culled by Prof. Ed Olszewski from our area’s most significant private collections. These works, seldom seen by the community, enhance our discussion of sculpture.

 


Image: The Soundings of a Weightless Line

 

Window to Sculpture Artist 4:
Sean Derry
Feb. 4 - Mar. 4, 2005


Sean Derry creates experimental interactive inventions, propelled with human force to provide a consequence. Life-size, precision fabrication in aluminum, stainless steel, glass, concrete, bronze, and clay.

 

 

Juried Show: On a Pedestal
Mar. 18 - Apr. 15, 2005

Ohio galleries and sculptors at any point in their career who sculpt, chisel, cast, weld, or forge in wood, stone, clay, metals or glass are invited to submit work that sits on a pedestal. Juried by Robert Thurmer and other arts professionals.

 


Image: Healing (detail)

 

Window to Sculpture Artist 5:
Jamie Davis
Jun. 10 - Jul. 8, 2005


Jamie Davis analyzes similarities between medical science and religious ritual. Made of copper, sterling silver, thread, fabric, and paper, the pieces are often in repetitious form - creating a ritual or diary.

 

Exhibitions:
2008/2009, 2007/2008, 2006/2007, 2005/2006, 2004/2005,
2003/2004,  2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997
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2004 WTS Exhibition:
Nick De Pirro

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Alumni Spotlight:
We’re honored to feature a
past exhibitor in our entrance
lobby every other month.
Check out the latest artist.

2003 Artist Spotlight:
Tom Evert (alum. 2000,01)